1 Reply Latest reply on Jun 17, 2009 1:55 PM by jaikiran pai

    How to declaratively change JNDI name of a bean?

    Kevin Pauli Newbie

      By default it seems the jndi name of a bean is based on the ear in which it is contained. An EJB named MyBean my-app.ear will have the name "my-app/MyBean/local".

      How can I change that behavior declaratively? I want the jndi name to be "something-else/MyBean/local". It has to be declarative rather than with an annotation b/c I can't modify the source of MyBean.java; I only have the jar, which I am packaging into an ear for deployment.